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The park has good trails to hike or collect rocks. We enjoyed seeing the different plant life, especially the cacti. The campground looks great, it was full the day we were there. The people in the visitor center were very helpful in identifying some of...More
The location is snug into the mountains, serene, earthly and ahhhh! We have been camping here all week, and the facilities, staff, and overall care are commendable A+. I definitely have to note that "Karen" is the heart and drive of this place. Her care...More
This is a beautiful state park in southern New Mexico. There are several hiking trails. A small museum with Indian artifacts, native plants, and military memorabilia. There is a small garden with native plants. Woukd like to see the garden in spring and summer. A...More
This is a great place for people who love to hike, collect things, take photos, and explore. I really love the scenery, the spring wildflowers, and all the interesting rocks to find. I recommend going if it is a cool or cloudy mid to late...More
This was a great place to spend a couple of peaceful hours. The geology puts on a show at multiple scales - don’t forget to look up and out! Park facilities are well kept. Visitor center had some nice displays, example rocks, and great volunteers.
I had a great time with the family. My son loves Geodes and rock hunting so we made this part of our RV vacation. It was awesome, we got the perfect RV spot right on the side of the mountain and the whole place was...More
This is a great state park. The campground is super nice with huge, level campsites. The bathhouse is new and kept very clean. Hiking trails are nice. The stargazing is spectacular when the nighttime sky is clear.
This is a great hike. You pay $5 for a day pass unless you have the state park pass. You can park at the visitor center and do the loop that will take you around the base of mountain and come out by campground. I...More